"When I arrived in Amberg I was 18 years old. I was assigned to K-Trp, 1st Platoon, Scout Section. My roommates were William "Wild Bill" Collier, Carl Powell, Frazier (discharged for drug use), and Leach (went on emergency leave…"
"I was in L 3/2 from Nov 74--Jun76 and Mar 78--Feb 82. I had been gone for a while but still had friends in the Squadron and remember reading the story in Stars & Stripes. Some young lady had an axe to grind and gave the story to…"
"I want to thank the administers for not taking this post down as that would be censorship and that is not something we served our country for. Freedom is not always pretty. The truth is not always pretty but it is what it is. Every person that…"
Brian great pics ,would and is on bucket list to go visit these historic and Hallowed places one day myself hopefully with my son, am hopin to make it to the 2nd Cav reunion in Gettysburg this Oct. and thought wouldn't be too much further to these places.hopin time will see.. I'm sure you enjoyed bein there... these places hold a special place in my heart of our countries history..... I too was in HHT at Pond,,,was in squadron maint , were on 2nd floor I was there in 72 and 73.. good to have you on the base "Toujours Pret " brother " once cav always cav" take care
Brian,I did not have KP to much.The 1ST.SGT.must of liked me.I was there 69-71.I remember the sayings -KP'S outside, to unload the truck of supplies from Vilseck.Also do you remember the little room in the basement?The machine that some how peeled the potatoes.It was like a tub that had course sandpaper in it.And at night the farmer coming to the side door to pick up the food waste to feed the animals,they ate good back then.